12 Best Spanish Restaurants In The Country
November 22, 2018 | BY Philippine Tatler
There are just some days when you can't stop thinking about Paella or Tapas. The flavour and character of Spanish cuisine leaves a lasting impression that makes everyone come back for more. Browse through our list of the finest Spanish restaurants from our Best Restaurants Guide 2018 and feast like a true Spanish royalty.
With its original home nestled in a cosy, tucked away location in Alabang, Bar Pintxos has managed to provide Manila with one of the more authentic experiences in Catalan-based and tapas-centric dining.
The cosy setting comes to life in technicolour especially when the restaurant and wine bar is full at night. It’s a great place to bring friends for some wine and cheese.
Casa Uno at Circa 1900
Housed in a beautifully restored ancestral property, this charming restaurant has its own organic garden and serves an eclectic international menu by the Australian-born chef Steve Shrimski. It offers a mix of just about everything to suit a wide- ranging palate.
Dine there once, and the next time you'll feel like you've been a long-time guest to the Gamboa family kitchen. The proprietors' and staff's familiarity with your preferences is a mark of thoughtful, personalised service.
This excellent restaurant transports you, through it’s cuisine, to San Sebastián in the Basque region of Spain. Enjoy authentic tapas and pintxos in a refined setting.
Enye by Chele Gonzalez
The popular Spanish chef Chele Gonzalez (of Gallery VASK fame) brings his culinary mastery down south, to a romantic nook of the luxurious Crimson Resort and Spa Mactan.
It evokes images of tapas bars in continental Spain—serving a varietyofcoldandhotpica-pica,paellas,coldcuts,andcheeses and buttressed by an extensive wine list (dominated by Spanish vineyards) and refreshing cocktail concoctions.
The Pig and Palm
Dig into sinful experimental modern Spanish tapas by no less than the Michelin-starred British chef Jason Atherton. The focus? The name says it all—pork dishes, of course!
Rambla is a young, hip destination which serves familiar Spanish dishes with a modern twist. The ambience is relaxed, the music is current, the cocktails are excellent, and the food is delicious.
A modern spin on classic Spanish tapas and more substantial Iberian fare are what diners can expect. This is definitely a choice for nights out with friends as dishes are big enough to share. The wine selection is a pleasant mix of Old World and New World bottles, as well as a fine selection of cavas for a touch of sparkle.
There are a growing number of Spanish restaurants in the metropolis ranging from average to astounding. This is well placed in the upper range and comes with a gourmet store to boot.
Tomatito, which means little tomato, is a chic tapas bar featuring both classic and modern Spanish cuisine. You will find sexy interpretations of your favourite flavours and beloved staples.
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